Check out New Look in Gmail

Check out New Look in Gmail
New and different look for Gmail is now landing in the mailboxes of users.

Redesign Gmail, news of which leaked a few weeks ago, is rolling out now, according to the official blog Gmail. Over the next few days, "Switch to new look" link will appear at the bottom right corner of Gmail. All users will be redesigned shortly after that, no matter click the link.

That training on what's new in Gmail:

The New Design

Gmail now takes a similar view in Google + and other products that have received a redesign of treatment. Buttons light gray with sharp edges, as well as the big red button "Write a letter," adds a hard color to the interface. If you used the "Preview" or "Preview (Dense)" theme in Gmail already, the new design should look familiar. But now, you can control the density of information by clicking the gear icon at the top right of the screen.

Changes to Navigation
Labels and chat contacts now stay in power at all times. You can also adjust the left-hand navigation bar to show more and more labels less contact in a chat room or vice versa.

All New Dialogue

Gmail no longer assigns random colors to the names of every person in the conversation. Instead, each message contains an image of the profile. For each previously read messages, sender, and a piece of text is now divided into two lines, but not mashed into one.

Search Slicker

Drop-down button in the search field now brings up additional options, such as searching by sender, recipient, subject and keywords. This streamlined the search box takes the place of "Show search options" link in the old design.

HD Themes

Topic images are no longer blocked on the side panels, and other navigation bar. Images now apply to the entire screen, and Google adds a new set of images from HD theme Istockphoto.

More Ads
Google does not mention this in his blog, but an overview video on the new look of Gmail shows ads in a few new places. When viewing the main mailbox, text ads at the top, and when viewing individual emails, ads is below. The new Gmail ads appear as an additional "Web Clips" that users can add to Gmail, but they are different, because you can not scroll through them for editorial content.

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